We know pests. We also know that one-time pest control can provide a pest-free environment for your graduation party or holiday picnic. Mosquitos, ticks, and bees can put a damper on even the best of parties or picnics.
Ticks and mosquitoes carry disease.
Diseases carried by ticks and mosquitoes have created a health problem in many areas of the United States. An article published on WebMD on May 1, 2019, quoting the CDC Director Robert R. Redfield, MD, said, “the growing public health problem will only worsen without “major improvement” in how local, state, and federal levels work together to track, report and control the diseases.”
“Zika, West Nile, Lyme, and chikungunya — a growing list of diseases caused by the bite of an infected mosquito, tick, or flea — have confronted the U.S. in recent years, making a lot of people sick. And we don’t know what will threaten Americans next,” Redfield said.
Ticks, which transmit most of the diseases spread by organisms, are gaining ground in the United States. Ticks transmit Lyme infection and Rocky Mountain spotted fever, which appears to be on the rise, along with newer and deadlier infections, including Heartland and Bourbon viruses. The CDC has identified seven new germs transmitted by ticks.
Mosquitoes are a growing threat, too, causing periodic epidemics of dengue, chikungunya, West Nile, and Zika. These diseases are spread as mosquitoes expand into new territory and are brought home by travelers. Unlike tick-borne diseases, which are not infectious, mosquito-borne diseases are.”
What is one-time pest control?
One-time pest control is perfect for:
Picnics, parties, and events. Our one-time application is perfect for outdoor BBQs, bridal showers, graduation parties, and holiday celebrations. We provide the application prior to the event, so the area is ready to welcome your guests.
Commercial or residential move-outs. One-time pest control treatments are perfect for move-outs if required at the end of a lease or sales agreement. However, for commercial properties, we strongly suggest a long-term approach for pest control needs; ask about our Premium Pest Control Plans. Ask us about our pest control maintenance agreements.
What to consider when you need ongoing pest control?
One-time pest control is just that- a single treatment for a single event. Homes and businesses that experience consistent issues with pests should consider a long-term solution. The one-time option is perfect for the scenarios we discussed.
One time pest control applications do not provide long term coverage for the most common pests:
To name a few. Many of these pests are resilient and persistent, and a pest control maintenance agreement provides comfort and knowledge that your family and pets are protected.
Treatment options to keep your guests, family, and pets safe and pest free
When dealing with pesticides, always trust a professional. We offer green and organic products for ticks and mosquitoes upon request. Our technicians at Accurate Pest Control offer the following methods for tick management and removal:
Granular applications: The most common method is applying granular treatment to the lawn and surrounding brush.
Fogging applications: Fogging applications to the brush perimeter is highly effective.
One-time/weekly service. We offer one-time services before a big event. This can include both tick and mosquito services. We provide a one-time fogging service to help reduce the population before an event. We can also install dunks into bodies of water if applicable. Our technicians will review safe treatment options with you.
We recommend, at a minimum, a monthly treatment plan from May-September. We provide fogging services for your yard, brush perimeter, and dense landscaping. It is recommended to perform this service regularly throughout the summer months. Treatments on a consistent and regular basis are critical for success. Prices will be determined upon inspection.
We are here to protect you, your family, and your pets. Just give us a quick call at 518-374-0357, and we can come out and take a look and discuss treatment options with you, if necessary.